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CYBERPUNK PLAYLIST

Hey all

I'm super pumped for november's Cyberpunk 2077. I don't love W3 as most people do, but I do like it, but the CP theme is super rad. It looks to be more Blomkamp than Ridley Scott, which could be a bit of a bummer, but still STOKED

In Anticipation I am playing various Cyberpunk themed games

1. Deus Ex Human Revolution
2. Deus Ex Mankind Divided
3. Shadowrun SNES
4. FF7 OG Edition

Any other suggestions?
 

Tiers in Rain

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
In no particular order (well, i guess it's the order i thought of them in):

1. Technobabylon
2. Tales of the Neon Sea
3. Blade Runner (re-release of the 1997 PC game. I think it's only on GOG right now but a remastered version is coming to other platforms later on)
4. 2064 Read Only Memories
5. Dex
6. VirtuaVerse
7. Transistor
 
Shadowrun: Dragonfall is excellent. Its well worth anyone's time if they like cyberpunk. I have not played Shadowrun: Hong Kong yet. But its on my list of games to play.
 

Fredde

Citizen of Gotham
Beneath A Steel Sky, and maybe its sequel Beyond A Steel Sky (though that might be more of a straight sci-fi Utopia criticism thingy).
 

Tiers in Rain

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Yeah, you can't go wrong with Snatcher.

Also if you're looking for more action-oriented stuff, the three Azure Striker Gunvolt games are very good.
 

Dr. Nerd

(He/Him)
I enjoyed what I played of Neo-Cab, or Cyberpunk Uber Driver. I'm a sucker for "gig worker tries to scrape by in miserable corporate dystopia" settings. Glad that only exists in video games!

Invisible Inc. is also a lot of fun.
 

Kishi

Little Waves
(They/Them)
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ShakeWell

Slam Master
(he, etc.)
Clearly, plenty of Snatcher love here, so I'll suggest its less-loved Sega CD (and PC?) cousin, also about a man in a trenchcoat solving future mysteries: Rise of the Dragon, starring Cam Clarke as future private dick, Blade Hunter.
 
It doesn't get as much love as it's SNES counterpart, but I do have a soft spot for Genesis Shadowrun
Others:
- Va11 Hall-A Bartending in a cyberpunk bar, your drink mixes become your responses
- X-Com: Apocalypse Megacorps, slums, and shadowy government organizations. Then come interdemensional aliens
- Exapunks Hack banks, duel hackers in a tv station, and code updates to your failing body
- Tacoma Megacorps in space, questionable AI, and disturbing things like Amazon University
- Watch Dogs 2 (More "Cyberpunk is now", and it's understandable if you don't want to give Ubisoft money...)
- System Shock 1 - Citadel Station was already a corporate hell, delimitered Shodan just made it more literal. Plus you get to enjoy some groovy drug side effect!
 

Syless

<internal screaming>
(she/her)
Someone mentioned Dragonfall already, but I have to add Shadowrun: Hong Kong to the list. Just as well done as Dragonfall, while also being radically different in theme and tone.
 

Tiers in Rain

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I left out a couple of point-and-click adventure games that are worthy, they are Gemini Rue and The Red Strings Club.

There are a lot of cyberpunk point-and-clicks for some reason.
 
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